Ikageng burial stokvel has been around for 23 years and this is how it is still going strong

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Ikageng Burial stokvel.
Ikageng Burial stokvel.
Ikageng Burial stokvel / supplied


 In 1996, a group of friends from Hammanskraal, north of Gauteng, put their social gatherings to good use by forming the Ikageng Burial Society. Ikageng means ‘to build one another’. Absalom Makinta is the chairperson of the society and says it was important for them to form something that could be of assistance during times of bereavement.


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